Monday, June 13, 2016

The Obama And Warren Endorsements Settle One Thing: It’s Time For A New Party

The Obama And Warren Endorsements Settle One Thing: It’s Time For A New Party: The Democratic Party has made it clear that they don't need or want us. That's good news. Now we can move on and start something new, something good. Bookmark and Share
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There were notable exceptions — like Keith Ellison, Tulsia Gabbard, and Raul Grijalva — (superdelegate note: I would like to add FL Rep Alan Grayson, an awesome progressive voice & strong Bernie Sanders supporter) but as of this writing less than 50 of the Party’s 715 superdelegates have endorsed Sanders. That’s less than 10 percent. If less than 10 percent of the Party establishment endorses your candidate, when there are only two candidates in the race, then perhaps that’s not really your party. Perhaps it’s time to move on and find a new party.


But it wasn’t just the superdelegates.

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